Wise-cracking stockbroker Austin Carr is about to be killed by an unknown man in an unusual fashion – by being dragged off a fishing boat to a watery grave by a giant bluefin tuna. Flashing back three weeks, Carr then recalls the events and bad choices that got him into his deadly predicament.
We spend the book trying to guess the identity of the unknown man on the fishing boat; not an easy task because Carr’s big mouth alienates about everyone he knows.
“Darkly comic, with an engaging protagonist.” — T.J. MacGregor, Edgar Winner, Author of The Tango Key Mysteries
“Big Numbers is a gritty, sexy, violent, and funny book.”
— Liz Clifford at Reviewed by Liz
“Wonderful characters…well-written, entertaining…a good read.”
–Connie Anderson for Armchair Interviews
“Jack Getze started his career as a newspaper reporter. As a result, BIG NUMBERS is lean and mean, with not a word wasted. A truly fun, genuinely funny read.”
–Lisa Guidarini for Bluestalking Reader